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colure

[kə′lu̇r]
(astronomy)
A great circle of the celestial sphere through the celestial poles and either the equinoxes or solstices, called respectively the equinoctial colure or the solstitial colure.
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Evaluate vitamins and minerals, also rare compounds such as (Total flavonoids, Total Phenols and Total antioxidants) after stored for period (0 and 20 days) to study storage properties of supplemented Patton salee with (5%) eggplant peel, because this level was acceptable from where sensory evaluation (taste, colure, flavour, texture, pore and overall acceptability).
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ISLAMABAD -- PPP leader Faisal Sakhi Butt has said that federal capital is being promoted the cultural hub of the country representing the colure of all four provinces AJK & Gilgit Baltistan.
Secretary to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Thilak Colure, Chief of the Economic Section of the US Embassy in Colombo Ed Heartny, US Patents and Trademarks Office Kalpana Reddy and high-ranking public officials were also present.
The great circle that connects the vernal equinox with the north celestial pole - and more-or-less hooks it to Polaris - is called the equinoctial colure. Although this strand is invisible, two conspicuous stars, Caph (Beta Cassiopeiae) and Alpheratz (Alpha Andromedae), are close enough to it to reveal the path the colure threads through the constellations.
They were collected on BG-11 agar slant (3.12 x [10.sup.-5] M citric acid, 1.76 x [10.sup.-2] M NaN[O.sub.3], 3.04 x [10.sup.-4] M MgS[O.sub.4].7[H.sub.2]O, 1.89 x [10.sup.-4] M [Na.sub.2]C[O.sub.3], 2.79 x [10.sup.-6] M EDTA, 3 x [10.sup.-5] M [C.sub.6][H.sub.5]+4yFexNy[O.sub.7], 2.45 x [10.sup.-4] M Ca[Cl.sub.2].2[H.sub.2]O, 1.75 x [10.sup.-4] M [K.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4] and 1.5 % Agar) and cultured under a controlled temperature (30[degrees]C) with 3000 lux light intensity, 12 h per day until the green colure of microalgae appeared on the slant.
Award winning firm James Heal, the world's premier designer and manufacturer of high precision physical and colure fastness testing equipment will collaborate with the University of Huddersfield, England, as part of its 'Working with Industry' initiative.
We can walk across it in an exploration I'll call "Adventures on the Solstitial Colure."
Probably the red colure is a symbol of blood and life.
In this survey, morphological characters as colure, distribution of hair, shape of uropatagium (tail membrane) and nose leaf, calcar (a foot spur of cartilage that supports the membrane between the foot and tail), post calcar, shape of ear, tragus and antitragus.